(adds further quotes) By Michael Winfrey BRATISLAVA, March 27 (Reuters) - Slovak Economy Minister Robert Nemcsics said on Thursday that the positive development in the EU member-in-waiting's foreign trade balance continued in February, boosted mainly by car industry exports. He also said he expected the government to agree by mid-year on whether the state should sell its remaining stakes in already partially privatised strategic companies. Analysts say such sales could bring in ...
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